A new release for the JTMOS. The changes are, according to Jari’s changes description to Freshmeat, “A TCP/IP stack (uIP) has been added. JTMOS now answers to ICMP pings. Major fixes were made in the SLIP driver. A working and usable WWW server was added and tested. A telnet server has been introduced. Many interrupt related problems have been fixed. A snake game called ‘Greedy Snake’ has been ported to JTMOS. Split partitioning support for the first floppy disk drive was added, which allows a file system to be placed on the same disk as the system loader and system image.”
JTMOS Operating System Build 3337
Submitted by Cesar Cardoso 2002-10-21 OS News 4 Comments
I think this topic’s comments have shown that it’s time to implement a user-based moderation system of some sort.
I do not want to be moderated by SUCH users.
The best thing is just to delete such comments.
They do not add anything useful.
If there is a moderation system, users are busy moderating other users, and do not have time for conversation.
The reason why I do not read slashdot, but OSNews, is
that there are not so much comments, and that you can
normally read them, if you consider both the amount and
the signal/noise ratio.
I really like the approach to put an os to single disk. is there a good reading towards creating these os’es? I remember there was a comment on a “howto” some time ago.
I have tested it, and it seemed very stable. Perhaps the much anticipated build 31337 will support more hardware.